Export Custom Properties to PDF & Get XML Path From List Object/Table Using .NET

Aspose development team is pleased to announce the new release of Aspose.Cells for .NET 18.9. Many documents can have custom properties which were not made a part of the output PDFs earlier. Aspose team has provided this feature to maintain the precious information through custom properties by exporting these to the PDF files. These properties can be observed in Adobe Acrobat Reader by clicking on File and then Custom tab page in properties sheet. XML data can be imported to worksheets where sometimes XML path is required from the ListObjects of the worksheet. This feature is available in MS Excel by using expression like Sheet1. ListObjects (1). XmlMap. DataBinding. We are glad to share that this feature is available now in Aspose.Cells as well. Sometimes there is a need of assigning the sheet name at runtime. In this scenario, there may be sheet names which may contain some additional characters like (?". You might need to replace any such character, which is not allowed as a sheet name with some preset character. Similarly the length may increase to more than 31 characters which needs to be truncated. Apache POI provides certain features of creating safe names, hence similar feature is provided by Aspose. Cells to handle all these issues. It has increased the range of auto filters like filtering based on fill colour, date, dynamic date, number and texts. These filters were already part of our previous releases. Need was felt to add filters like blank/non-blank and custom filters with contains and not-contains. This time these filters are added along with sample files so that these features can be tested easily. QueryTable represents a worksheet table built from data returned from an external data source, such as an SQL Server or a Microsoft Access database. Aspose.Cells provides an option to read the address i. e. result range of cells for a query table. A few of the worth mentioning features and other improvements are also part of this release, such as support stock chart in ODS file, included unsigned Dlls of Aspose.Cells, Add Row.FirstDataCell property to retrieve the first data cell in the row, Handled exception when converting an XLSX file to PDF file format, Handled ArgumentOutOfRangeException while calling Slicer.Refresh(), Handled exception when retrieving the url of the list object's xml data binding map, Handled System. OverflowException while calling Chart. Calculate and Handled exception while saving the document

Still pulling information from XML to insert into Word Document inside 3rd party application

I see one point that seems almost obvious enough that I am worried I might be missing something. A For Each is "smart" enough that its body is not executed at all for an empty collection, so you can eliminate the test for the list having a length of 0:

Why can't I edit this XML file? Is it encrypted?

Open it on Notepadd , right click to the tab and select "clear read only flag" enter image description here

How can i view xml files on my PC ???

It is not very difficult, just double click it!!! If you are required to select the appropriate program, you can choose IE or Notepad

Import data from XML files into data.frame

With a few XML files to read you could have done something like this to address your concerns, where the files are only read at once, but all loaded into memory at the same time:With thousands of files though, it makes more sense to process the files one by one and only keep the useful information before moving from one file to the next. It also makes sense to write a function to process each file. It could be:See how the function returns a one row data. frame. Then you can call the function on all files via lapply and bind all the outputs together:With a few changes, you can write a more general function that will take one or more files and do the binding itself (like file.info does)

Add Css in Custom layout xml

If you want to add your custom css only in your custom layout, you just have to declare it in that custom layout.app/design/frontend/Vendor_Modulename/layout/your_custom_layout.xmlapp/design/frontend/Magento_Theme/layout/default_head_blocks. xmlapp/design/frontend/Magento_Theme/web/css/demo.cssImportant : Clean the content of pub/static without the .htaccess then, deploy the static content like this : php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy -f.

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